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Therapy for children with weak oral motor


Children with developmental delays often have weak oral-motor muscles.

Oral motor difficulties occur when individuals have difficulties using the lips, tongue, jaw, teeth and palate. This can have an impact on a child's speech as well as their eating, drinking and swallowing.

Oral Motor Exercises You Can Try at Home

  • Blowing bubbles.
  • Using straws to drink.
  • Making funny faces.

Practicing mouth activities like blowing, could help kids with problems of drooling, closing their mouth completely while eating, and sensory defensiveness to certain type of foods.